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Gear Up Spring 2018

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The Stanford community is invited to join us April 17 from 9:45 AM - 2:45 PM at the Hartley Conference Center in the Mitchell Earth Sciences building for a series of sessions on all things sci-tech publishing. The preliminary agenda is full of great topics: 

Graphics for Publications, Data Sharing for Publications, Writing Abstracts, Author Rights, Graphical Abstracts, and Preprint Services

We’ll also have a group of Stanford faculty who serve as journal editors joining us for a panel discussion to answer your questions about how to get published.

Get the full program at gearup.stanford.edu and RSVP to let us know you are coming (we’re buying lunch!).

Engineering and Science news

Sarah Lester standing with her farewell cake

Bon Voyage, Sarah!

July 31, 2018
by Ashley Jester

After more than 10 years with the Stanford Libraries, on July 20, 2018, Sarah Lester said goodbye to friends and colleagues and prepared for her new role as the Librarian for the College of Engineering at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo.  During her time at Stanford, Sarah made incredible contributions to the Terman Engineering Library and the wider Stanford community.  At various points, Sarah served as the liaison to several departments in the School of Engineering, including Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, and Computer Science.  Sarah spearheaded an effort to digitize and

Amanda Whitmire photo

Recap of Stanford Hopkins Marine Station event on 28 April 2018

June 12, 2018
by Grace Baysinger

On Saturday, 28 April 2018, from 1:30-3:30 pm, 41 attendees from the ACS Silicon Valley Section and from Stanford University met at Stanford’s Hopkins Marine Station (HMS) in Pacific Grove. 

For the first hour Dr. Amanda Whitmire, Head Librarian of Hopkins Miller Library and Assistant Director for the Station, covered the history of the Station and a long-term collaborative research project for collecting oceanographic data.   Her presentation also included her discovery of this data in the Library and her recent efforts to preserve and provide broader access to this data by having it digitized.  

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FOSS4GNA2018: The free & open source software for geospatial conference, St. Louis, MO.

May 19, 2018
by Mr. Stace D Maples

I've just returned from a week in St. Louis, for FOSS4GNA, the Free & Open Source Software for Geospatial conference, where the predominant topics this year were increasing integration of R and RStudio into the geospatial toolkit, big geospatial data management and analysis, and the management and analysis of an increasing array of high-resolution and high-cadence satellite imagery sources.

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